The leaders of the three main political parties have signed a pledge to devolve more powers to Scotland if Scots reject independence in Thursday’s referendum.
The BBC reports Prime Minister David Cameron, deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg and Labour leader Ed Miliband have signed a pledge promising “extensive new powers” for the Scottish Parliament.
Published on the front page of the Daily Record newspaper, the pledge commits to preserving the Barnett funding formula – the method used to determine the distribution of funding around the UK – and giving the Scottish government the final say on NHS funding.
It also promises to “ensure opportunity and security for all” by sharing the UK’s resources fairly.
The Yes campaign has argued the only way to guarantee more powers is to vote for independence.
In a last-ditch visit north of the border, Cameron travelled to Aberdeen on Monday to warn Scottish voters that a Yes vote would be irreversible and lead to a “painful divorce”.
On the penultimate day of campaigning ahead of Thursday’s referendum, the Yes campaign is expected to focus on jobs and the NHS, while the No side will promise change and a “better Britain”.